clarifying your value proposition and revenue model;
convincing others that your business is sound enough to justify an investment or a loan.
The Hospitalitybusiness has one of the highest rates of bankruptcy of any industry in today’s economy. This is coupled with one of the lowest profit margins available to the entrepreneur. Restaurant operators who fail are usually undercapitalized, lack relevant experience in the food service industry or don’t take the time to properly examine the business which they are about to get into. Many entrepreneurs who wish to be in the food service industry turn to franchising as an option. Under the auspices of a franchisor the entrepreneur’s lack of relevant experience can be minimized if the franchisor has suitable operations systems, standard recipes and marketing techniques, etc…
However, food service franchisees and franchisors who have not conducted adequate planning and preparation have been known to go bankrupt or work on a marginal basis as well.
The only way an entrepreneur, whether they are building and creating their own business or buying a franchise unit, can clearly understand what lies ahead financially is to conduct a detailed business plan. If you have the fortitude to develop a business plan and to honestly interpret the outcomes, you will have a far best understanding of your opportunity to succeed as an independent operator or franchisee. In addition, if you can successfully get through the grueling task of developing a business plan, you will likely succeed in the businessbusiness.
We have spent decades successfully honing our abilities and experience to understand how to create/build/manage/lead great hospitality businesses. We can help you design, finance, build, staff, train, create, market, and duplicate a successful hospitalitybusiness.